Wine Women Word Wednesday

Wine:

Couldn’t help myself…this is a busy week after all! I have the will, so where is my Rosé?
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Women

With a woman so strong, so accomplished and so admired, I couldn’t help but share this quote. I don’t like that the stereotype among women is that we can be catty or mean to each other. So often I see quite the opposite- women boosting other women and standing up for each other. This is something young and old women alike need to be reminded. When you stand for another woman you stand for yourself.
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Word:

Proverbs 4:25-27
25 Let your eyes look directly forward,
and your gaze be straight before you.
26 Ponder the path of your feet;
then all your ways will be sure.
27 Do not swerve to the right or to the left;
turn your foot away from evil.

I love reading psalms and I love reading proverbs. There are so poetic. Not knowing where to search today I simply searched our date 4:25…I love what it showed me. Keep your eyes forward, ponder your path and turn your foot from evil. There is so much going on right now for all of us, this couldn’t have had better timing.

 

I shall ponder this verse over a glass of wine!

~Shelby

2 thoughts on “Wine Women Word Wednesday

  1. I love that you included a blurb on Maya Angelou! My students just this week read a poem of hers, titled “Life Doesn’t Frighten Me.” It has sparked amazing discussion! We discussed as a group how Maya Angelou encouraged that this poem be read amongst young people, and why that is. The overall message my classes decided was that we cannot always control what other people do (whether to us, or in general), but what we CAN control, is how we react. So powerful and uplifting! I want to read more of her works! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

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